Hey guys for the past weeks i've been trying to find out how to make my ac and lighter lights + my clock light BLUE. I bought the light covers from Russ at autoworks, but the covers made the lights turn into this weird turquoise color. I've send Russ two emails complaining and asking what can I do, but he does not answer me at all. SO... DOES ANYONE ONE WHAT WEBSITE CAN I BUY THE LIGHT FILTERS? AND EXACTLY WHICH FILTER TO BUY??? IS ADDING FILTERS THE CHEAPEST/BEST WAY TO GET THEM BLUE????? Please help me all I want is for my lights to match my underdash neon lights, so I can be 100% illegal and finally get my ticket..j/k Please help me turn my celi interior into this! (pic) THANKS PEEEACE
the cig and ac lights can be used by cutting out the green "condoms" with an exacto knife and putting blue acetate paper or film, whatever its called, over it. i know that they sell this stuff at camera and photo shops.
russ normally uses led "comdoms" since that's what i bought when we went to a local electronics store near his place. the pix may be different than what i've seen cause i know russ tries different methods.
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i just got my gauges from russ... the turn signals and brights arent that bright or blue... and they dont lite up 2 well but i am gonna try this... take a 6 inch neon and put it behind the ac controls that would work
I actually changed my AC and cig lighter colors. I cut of the green condom thing and painted the bulbs with clear blue model paint. Be sure to paint the WHOLE bulb, tops and sides included otherwise you'll get white light areas in places. For example, I missed a spot on one of the bulbs and right now the slider for my AC that goes between circulated and fresh air changes color when I move it. It's lit blue when it's set on circulated, and it's white when it's on fresh (with a nice fade in between). Its not what I intended of course, but I'm too lazy to take it all apart again and fix it
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